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Teradata Parallel Transporter is the premiere client load/unload tool, providing parallel extraction and loading of critical data.

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In the current implementation of our load scripts with multiload and tpump we are using the system variables holding the result count(&sysinscnt, &sysupdcnt, &sysetcnt, &sysuvcnt)  for logging and further processing.

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I'm currently evaluating the use of TPT for load jobs in a DWH environment. One of the basic problems is that we often have a random number of blanks at the end of the data row in the input file. This can't easily be changed because the files are delivered from several different systems.

One of the biggest benefits of Parallel Transporter is the ability to scale the load process on a client load server to circumvent performance bottlenecks.  This can sometimes offer huge performance gains as compared to the legacy Teradata Stand-alone load tools such as FastLoad and MultiLoad.

This series of articles is meant to familiarize people with various capabilities of the Teradata Parallel Transporter product.  Many aspects of Parallel Transporter will be covered including an overview, performance considerations, integration with ETL tools and more.

Teradata Parallel Transporter (Teradata PT) supports moving data from a table on a Teradata Database system, or from an ODBC-compliant RDBMS, to a Teradata table on a different Teradata Database system without landing the data to disk.

There are performance benefits, cost savings, and ease of script maintenance associated with using Teradata PT to move data without landing it to disk.

This article will provide you with accurate information regarding the Teradata Parallel Transporter product. Hopefully this will educate and clear up any misunderstandings regarding the basic information about the product.

Teradata Parallel Transporter is the best-performing and recommended load/unload utility for the Teradata Database. After watching this presentation, you will learn...